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Liberty cannot be enjoyed by an uneducated people. -Fr. Joseph Dabrowski

A New Book, A New Thought, A New Outlook

February 20 – Library open until 1:00 pm


Please enter from parking lot entrance or the Bookstore.    Closing for Seminary faculty meeting @ 1:00 pm.

Thank you, Caryn



Cite this!


‘Tis the season for essays!  Argumentative, descriptive, and let’s not forget the good old RESEARCH ESSAY! Well, here are three sites (two come with a mobile app) to keep all your sources straight.  One less thing for you to worry about.  Awesome.

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Seminary Comprehensive Exam on Thursday, November 20th – Open to the Public

Comprehensive Examination

in partial fulfillment for the degree of

Master of Arts (Theology)

at SS. Cyril and Methodius Seminary

will be conducted on the following day:

Przemek Fratczak

20 November 2014, 1:00-4:00 pm

Lower Level of the Library


Concentration: MORAL THEOLOGY

*NB: the first-part of the examination is open to the public.


An Invitation to Listen from Msgr. Koper


On Thursday, November 13th, Feast of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, your presence is requested for 9 am Mass, at the home of Dr. Clark Okulski.

A talk on “Discipleship in the Context of the New Evangelization" by SSCMS Dean of Pastoral Formation, Monsignor Frank Koper, will follow.

 Msgr. Koper, S. T. M., M. R. E., D. Min.,  was Rector of SS Cyril & Methodius Seminary, on Orchard Lake campus, for 25 years.  He is now Dean of Pastoral Formation.  He recently published a review for Catholic Library World, has done adult faith formation on JPIIs Ecclesia in America, with a focus on the New Evangelization; “Discerning God’s Will” for catechumens and candidates in RCIA.

Thursday, November 13th

9am Mass celebrated by Msgr. Francis Koper

Dr. Clark Okulski

15366 Windmill Pointe Drive,

Grosse Pointe Park,   48230